FPL GW15 rolls around quickly after the first midweek gameweek of the season.
With players such as Ronaldo back in form, the template team is changing, therefore there’s room for a new differential to come in and give your team a rank boost.
Best Differentials for FPL GW15
The best differentials to consider this week are Jadon Sancho, Ilkay Gundogan and Maxwel Cornet.
Addtionally, our Best FPL Differentials Table provides a full list of Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 15 differentials.
|Name||Team||Position||Price||Pick %||GW14 Score||Total Points|
|Jadon Sancho||Man United||Midfielder||£8.9m||3%||2||25|
|Ilkay Gundogan||Man City||Midfielder||£7.3m||4%||0||48|
- Picked by: 3%
- Price: £8.9m
- Fixtures: Crystal Palace (H), Norwich (a), Brentford (a)
Life at United hasn’t started too well for Sancho, but in the three matches since Solskjaer left he’s scored twice and looked very lively.
In his last three gameweeks he’s registered 11 points, including scoring away at league leaders Chelsea.
When he’s been on the pitch he’s actually been a bright spark for United, providing 4.53 shot-creating actions per 90 (6th most in the league).
Not only that, United’s fixtures are very intriguing, facing three sides out of form, including 19th placed Norwich.
If there was ever a time to bring in the England international, with eye-catching fixtures and new management, the time is now.
- Picked by: 4%
- Price: £7.3m
- Fixtures: Watford (a), Wolves (H), Leeds (H)
Whilst many FPL players flock towards the likes of Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva, Gundogan is going unnoticed.
The German has three goals and an assist, scoring 48 points this season.
Also he has the second highest non-penalty xG in the City team (3.6) as well as 18 key passes, resulting in an xA of 2.1 (third highest in team).
Along with that he’s played four through balls (8th most) and takes corners for City, which could result in set piece assists.
For City’s next three games it’ll be beneficial to own one of their assets, and why not make it a differential one?
- Picked by: 3%
- Price: £6.1m
- Fixtures: Newcastle (a), West Ham (H), Watford (H)
Cornet has settled into English football, scoring 5 goals this season, averaging 0.85 per 90 (second most in the league).
He’s hitting 1.36 shots on target per 90 (fourth most), landing 80% on target overall (most in league) and scoring from half of his efforts.
In his next three he faces the league’s worst defence, Newcastle (conceding 30), West Ham, who are winless in three matches, and Watford, who are yet to keep a clean sheet this season.
If you can find a way to include him, he’s definitely worth the £6.1m price tag.
- Picked by: 4%
- Price: £4.6m
- Fixtures: Everton (a), Southampton (H), West Ham (H)
Tomiyasu has made a bright start to his Arsenal career, keeping 6 clean sheets so far.
The Gunners are defending well at home, only conceding 6 goals and 11 shots per game, whilst two of their next three are at the Emirates.
Also he’s registered one assist so far, but it’s the clean sheets you would be bringing him in for.
Furthermore, he’s very cheap at £4.6m and offers a slight hint of attacking potential as well as a regular starter for a decent Arsenal team.